porting an application on 64-bit AIX version 5


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porting an application on 64-bit AIX version 5

Hi all,
I am facing problem in porting to 64 bit AIX especially with compiling options to compile and run under 64 bit kernel.Can any one put some light on the issue
thanks in advance
vishal
# 2  
You may as well have asked:
"I'm having some problems with AIX, can you tell me why?"

What is the environment, AIX level and application?
What compiler are you using, vendor and level?
Did it work in 32bit?
Did it work on AIX or are you porting from some other OS?
What is the problem?
What command are you using?
What is the error or problem you see?

Do you see you asked a rather vague question?
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1. Has the application run in any other 64 bit environment (UltraSparc, DEC-Alpha, PA-RISC2, Itanium2 etc)?

2. Does it *have* to be a 64 bit application? 32 bit apps will work with 64 bit kernel, if your program is not using >2gig of memory it's pointless being a 64 bit app.

3. Does it compile in 32 bit mode will *all* warnings on? If gcc, this would be "-Wall -Werror"?

4. Typical errors are:

a) not using socklen_t
b) incorrect printf style va_args
c) expecting an int to hold a pointer
d) va_args in general

5. Are all your dependent libraries available as 64 bit?

6. What errors are you getting?
# 4  
sorry

i will try being more clear...the application already runs on 32 bit and has also run on many 64bit boxes like ZSUSE.basically i am not able to find out what compiler options are needed to compile and run 64-bit appns on AIX kernel -5.like for eg on solaris 64 bit i am able to do
cc -xarch=generic64 -O -o foo64 foo.c
for running say fooc. but how do i accomplish that on AIX 64.
# 5  
Quote:
Originally Posted by vishalzone2002
.....how do i accomplish that on AIX 64.
Which c compiler are you using gcc, xlc or something else?
# 6  
srry for d late reply

i have both the compilers installed i.e gcc and xlc
i tried using
gcc -q64
bt it didnt worked.......can you put some infor on options for either or both compilers
# 7  
I thought gcc was "-m64"

Code:
GCC RS/6000 and PowerPC Options 

-mcpu=cpu-type -mtune=cpu-type -mpower -mno-power -mpower2 
-mno-power2 -mpowerpc -mpowerpc64 -mno-powerpc -maltivec 
-mno-altivec -mpowerpc-gpopt -mno-powerpc-gpopt -mpowerpc-gfxopt 
-mno-powerpc-gfxopt -mnew-mnemonics -mold-mnemonics -mfull-toc 
-mminimal-toc -mno-fp-in-toc -mno-sum-in-toc -m64 -m32 -mxl-call 
-mno-xl-call -mpe -msoft-float -mhard-float -mmultiple -mno-multiple 
-mstring -mno-string -mupdate -mno-update -mfused-madd -mno-fused-madd 
-mbit-align -mno-bit-align -mstrict-align -mno-strict-align -mrelocatable 
-mno-relocatable -mrelocatable-lib -mno-relocatable-lib -mtoc -mno-toc 
-mlittle -mlittle-endian -mbig -mbig-endian -mcall-aix -mcall-sysv 
-mcall-netbsd -maix-struct-return -msvr4-struct-return -mabi=altivec 
-mabi=no-altivec -mprototype -mno-prototype -msim -mmvme -mads 
-myellowknife -memb -msdata -msdata=opt -mvxworks -G num -pthread

xlc uses "-q64".


Try building...

Code:
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <limits.h>

#ifndef _LP64
#error not _LP64
#endif

also don't forget to look at the COFF object header to see what sort of object you have built.
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